Excess body hair can just be down to our genes, but in some cases it can be a sign of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (POCS). Read on for some advice on recognising when your excess hair could be a sign of PCOS.
Surgery isn’t always required to treat endometriosis, but it may be one of the options that your doctor asks you to consider. If your symptoms haven’t been relieved by medication or you are experiencing endometriosis complications, surgery may be able to help.
Uterine artery embolization (UAE) is one of the options for fibroids treatment that your doctor may recommend when you visit the clinic in London.
If you are considering having fertility treatment in London, one of the questions you will need to think about is whether you should be treated at a private clinic. There are some significant advantages to choosing private IVF treatment.
If you’ve been diagnosed with endometriosis, you may be wondering whether it will affect your ability to conceive in the future. Most women who are affected will be able to get pregnant naturally, but there is a risk that having endometriosis could make it more difficult, especially if you are not getting the right treatment.
Uterine artery embolisation or UAE is one of the treatment options that can help with fibroids. It is a non-surgical procedure that can reduce the size of the fibroids by cutting off their blood supply.